Scary Stories for Young Foxes

Scary Stories for Young Foxes

Inspired by Bram Stoker, H. P. Lovecraft and Edgar Allen Poe, a portrait of survival and a tale of friendship.

The haunted season has arrived in the Antler Wood. No fox kit is safe.

When Mia and Uly are separated from their litters, they discover a dangerous world full of monsters. In order to find a den to call home, they must venture through field and forest, facing unspeakable things that dwell in the darkness: a zombie who hungers for their flesh, a witch who tries to steal their skins, a ghost who hunts them through the snow . . . and other things too scary to mention.

Featuring eight interconnected stories and sixteen illustrations.

Title:Scary Stories for Young Foxes
Edition Language:English
ISBN:null
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    Scary Stories for Young Foxes Reviews

  • Virginia Ronan ? Herondale ?

    Okay, you got me!As a young sassy library fox there's no universe or parallel world in which I could have resisted this kind of temptation.Fox stories!? Yes, please, thank you! XDP.S: Is it just me or...

  • Mary S. R.

    What am I supposed to do with my life now? Huh? Where was this treasure when I was 10? WHERE.I'm salty (from bitterness as well as tears) and I hate you and I will get back to you tomorrow about all t...

  • Betsy

    Horror. Kids eat that stuff up with a spoon. At some point in a human life, a little switch gets flipped in the brain and suddenly, instead of dreading that moment at night when you clutch your bed sh...

  • Jessica

    I love foxes. I just . . . I love them so much, guys! So every time I find a picture book about foxes, or there's a fox in any kind of book I have to have it, and I'm so excited! But then often sad. N...

  • Jenna Friebel

    2020 Newbery honor, my committee year!...

  • DaNae

    These foxes are enchanting and in constant peril. Your heart will break over and over again and you will never feel good about reading Peter Rabbit again. I hear it all the time from grown-ups, "I jus...

  • Emily Duncan

    honestly? this is one of the best books i've read this year. ...

  • Jenn

    Beautifully, BEAUTIFULLY written and described, fantastically imaginative, and amazingly atmospheric- a little like Watership Down and Rabbit Hill meets Stephen King, but tamer with the creepies and g...

  • Hannah Garrett

    I can’t describe just how much I love this book. It reads to you like you’re one of the foxes, listening to the sage storyteller. You travel through tall grass, wind between trees in the forest, s...

  • Jane

    How many ways can I hate this book? 1. Beatrix Potter as an evil taxidermist who kills animals when she's finished drawing them? WTF, Dude! Potter did more singlehandedly for animal and land conservat...